FC Barcelona and Pablo Gavi have been speculated with a lot of rumors with some reports suggesting Barcelona and Gavi are far from reaching any agreement. The story is all over the town but Barcelona has come forward to straight away deny the story.
17-years-old Gavi is one of the most highly-rated youngsters who’s rated alongside Pedri. He holds a release clause of 50 million euros which also makes him an easy transfer target. However, the player wants to stay in Barcelona.
Gavi’s agent has currently two offers from the top Premier League sides. One of them is Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool whose squad is solid in-depth & strong but is aging. Barcelona wasn’t far behind and without wasting any time presented a revamped contract.
The contract was straight away rejected due to Barca’s salary proposals.
Gavi and his contract situation
In the revamped offer blaugranas offered Gavi a 3-year-deal with a salary of €2million which is more than his current €1million. Contract renewal conditions of Gavi stand firmly at €4million and his earnings should increase by €1million every year. Looking at Barca’s crippling financial condition this seems very unlikely to happen.
The La Liga giants may have difficulties in salary negotiations but clubs from the Premier League are ready to offer him a free hand. Liverpool is front runners in this race and is all in to pump those figures up. The Merseyside reportedly offered him a much-improved salary which would be between €7- €9million per season.
Currently, Gavi and his agent’s top priority is to stay in Barcelona but if Joan Laporta and his associate fail to match Gavi’s demands then he’ll be on his way to moving to the Premier League giants. However, playing conditions in Spain and England are completely different and the 17-year-old may face problems in adapting to his new surroundings.
His performance alongside Pedri has given fans a flashback of young Xavi and Iniesta. The way both players are engaging and performing for club and country they’re well on the trajectory to achieving greatness.
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